Posts Tagged ‘New York Times’

David Gonzalez Talks About Life in the South Bronx

David Gonzalez

David Gonzalez talks with Ricky Flores about the Longwood neighborhood where they once lived. The interview took place last November on Prospect Avenue on the day that TATS Cru finished their mural honoring Dra. Evelina Antonetty, the founder of United Bronx Parents.

Los Seis Got Some Splainin’ to Do at the New York Times

Joe Conzo

‘Splainin Los Seis  for ‘Spanic Heritage Month The New York Times Latino Affinity Group has invited Los Seis to do a slide show and panel discussion on our South Bronx images. Learn how we cris-crossed the same streets in the 80s, unknown to each other, compiling an insider’s archive of life in this hectic, crazy, […]

David Gonzalez


David Gonzalez was born and raised in the Bronx. He has been an award-winning columnist, foreign correspondent and Metro reporter at the New York Times and Newsweek Magazine. His coverage has ranged from the Oklahoma City bombing, Haiti’s humanitarian and political crises and post-civil war Central America as well as in-depth reports on how Latino […]

Angel Franco


Angel Franco is a Senior Photographer at the New York Times, where he has twice been part of Pulitzer Prize-winning teams. Growing up in New York City, he was a self-taught photographer until he joined the Photo Film workshop taught by Ben Fernandez at the Public Theater. Upon graduation from Brandeis High School (where his […]